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Once infected with Coronavirus, you are unlikely to get it again for six months, according to a report from Oxford University
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier announced the suspension on Twitter but said lower-ranking officials would continue discussions in the interim.
Only Peter Szijjarto tested positive and will be flown home alone. The rest of the Hungarian delegation will be flown back in a separate aircraft.
The European Council president Charles Michel is setting out a strategy to get Europe to coordinate its efforts in the battle against the pandemic, however, the second wave is forcing many countries to lockdown.
The new Nestore personalised coaching app aims to give you hints and tips on how to stay well as you get older.
New measures imposed to curb coronavirus cases in Italy have led to outcry from business owners and demonstrations on the streets.
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These last eight months of pandemic have deprived us of our lives as we knew them, but among all our routine, one might have been hit the hardest: our freedom to move. Athletes were particularly badly hit as training and games were cancelled across the world.
It comes as bars across Europe are facing new restrictions amid a fresh wave of coronavirus.
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Dubai is a city that is focused on R&R and wellbeing. Some of the best spas and alternative treatments are on offer.
A giant figure depicting a frontline healthcare worker was unveiled in central Madrid on Friday as part of efforts to celebrate and raising money for health care workers in Spain.
In Europe, we’re living longer than ever before, adding to the strain on health and care services. But smart homes, packed with technology to help assisted living, could lighten the load and keep people in their own homes for longer.
"COVID-19 has exacerbated the workload, some doctors can have up to three or four patients called in at the same time slot either by phone calls, face-to-face visits, emergencies or home care. It's crazy."